Civilian Resume



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ALEXANDER GLINSKY 6 Rockoff Court | Edison, NJ 08837 | 732-841-0649 | [email protected] More than 20 years of award-winning law enforcement, public safety, and security service as a public servant to one of New Jersey’s largest communities. AWARD-WINNING LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPERT  Investigations  Security  Research  Information Analysis  Public Safety  Operational Planning  Behavioral Detection  Building Strategic Relationships   Strategically plan resource allocation, Human Resources (HR) modeling, production methods, and leadership techniques in achieving desired objectives. Build and develop strategic relationships with community, civil, street, political, state, and federal stakeholders in order to establish a cooperative network and to increase availability of resources necessary to ensure public safety. Excellent understanding of state and federal laws, codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, executive orders, agency rules, and the democratic political process in planning and conducting investigations. Proficient in the use of various technologies and applications such as Grand Jury Subpoena application; National Criminal Information System 2000 (NCIC); Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS); LexisNexis; Info-Cop; and Microsoft (MS) Access.   PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE TOWNSHIP OF EDISON POLICE DEPARTMENT, EDISON, NJ 1/1986 TO 2/2011 Sergeant - Detective Bureau, 1/2009 to 2/2011 Supervise and coordinate the investigation of criminal cases, offering guidance and expertise to investigators and ensuring procedures are conducted in accordance with local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Highlighted Duties:  Apply knowledge of laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, executive orders, agency rules, and the democratic political process in planning and conducting investigations.  Review and analyze crime-related intelligence to ascertain validity of information. Use valid tips to plan strategic defense and investigative approaches.  Direct collection, preparation, and handling of evidence and personal property of prisoners.  Apply knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation; psychological research methods; and the assessment and treatment of behavioral and affective disorders in anticipating criminal activities, deciphering patterns or tends, and motivating staff to new performance levels.  Inform personnel of changes in regulations and policies, implications of new or amended laws, and new techniques of police work.  Cooperate with court personnel and officials from other law enforcement agencies and testify in court, as necessary. Review contents of written orders to ensure adherence to legal requirements. Accomplishments:  Fulfilled additional security-related assignments, including protective details; asset forfeiture investigations; serving on multijurisdictional taskforces; and inspection, compliance, enforcement, prevention, and deterrence functions.  Contribute feedback in personnel recruitment, selection, training, compensation and benefits, labor relations and negotiation, and personnel information systems.  Design and deliver methods for curriculum and training, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects in both a formal and on-the-job (OJT) setting. Road Sergeant – Patrol Division, 12/2004 to 12/2008 Ensured public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws, and promoting good community relations. Used various computer applications to research criminal history and data pertinent to ongoing cases and investigations. ALEXANDER GLINSKY 6 Rockoff Court | Edison, NJ 08837 | 732-841-0649 | [email protected] Highlighted Duties:  Used various evidence collection kits such as blood collection to gather physical evidence used to assist prosecutors with gaining a conviction in DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) investigations.  Rendered emergency aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.  Safely handled numerous weaponry and restraint hardware, including semiautomatic pistols and service revolvers, batons, handcuffs, and pepper spray to subdue unruly crowds and/or individuals.  Monitored, noted, reported, and investigated suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.  Photographed or drew diagrams of crime or accident scenes and interviewed principals and eyewitnesses.  Interviewed witnesses and suspects as part of the information-gathering process; distinguished validity and relevance of information as it pertained to a case. Accomplishments:  Reviewed facts of incidents to determine if criminal act or statute violations were involved.  Testified in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases; testimony resulted in numerous convictions. Provided instruction and oral assistance to civilians.  Established professional affiliations with other law enforcement officials, federal agencies (e.g., FBI, Secret Service.), attorneys, court staff, community/civic leaders, citizens, and street informants. ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT Patrol Officer, 1/1986 to 12/2004 Computer Operator/Internship, Township of Edison (NJ), Edison, NJ, 7/1981 to 12/1985 EDUCATION SETON HALL UNIVERSITY, South Orange, NJ M.A. in Human Resources Training and Development KEAN UNIVERSITY, Union, NJ B.A. in Public Administration/Criminal Justice MIDDLESEX COUNTY COLLEGE, Edison, NJ A.S. /A.A.S. in Computer Science/Criminal Justice - Police (Double Major) LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS   Supervisory Management (Levels 1, II, and III), New Jersey Certified Public Manager Program SORA Certification Hold valid State of New Jersey Driver’s License  PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS  Member, Policemen’s Benevolent Association, Local No. 75, 6/1986 to Present   Member, New Jersey Honor Legion, 12/1989 to Present Member New York City Honor Legion, 10/1989 to Present Member, New Jersey Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, 3/1994 to Present  PUBLICATIONS  Recent Supreme Court Rulings: NJNEOA Narcotic News, 11/1999 ALEXANDER GLINSKY 6 Rockoff Court | Edison, NJ 08837 | 732-841-0649 | [email protected] CAREER HISTORY ADDENDUM JOB-RELATED TRAINING Leadership and Supervision, 5/2008; 2008 Criminal Procedure Review & Update: Laws of Arrest, Search & Seizure, 3/2008; Police Supervision and Leadership, 10/2007; Leadership and Supervision for Police Officers, 6/2007; Street Gang Awareness and Identification Seminar, 5/2007; Jeopardy & Liability Reduction for Law Enforcement, 9/2004; Advanced Criminal Investigation, 4/2001; Street Spanish for Law Enforcement Personnel, 4/1999; Criminal Patrol Drug Enforcement, 5/1998; Motor Vehicle Accident at Scene Measurements and Scale Diagramming, 10/1993; Asset Forfeiture Seminar, 9/1993; Developing Positive Behavior Patterns, 10/1992; Methods of Instruction, 9/1992; Pressure Point Control Tactics Side Handle Baton Basic Certification, 5/1992; Street Survival ’02: The Tactical Edge Seminar, 4/1992; Incident Command System, 3/1992; Cell Block Management: Suicide Awareness, 3/1992; Motor Vehicle Theft Investigations, 3/1992; Occupant Protection Usage and Enforcement Instructor Course, 2/1992; Highway Drug Interdiction, 10/1991; 108th Easter Armed Robbery Conference, 4/1991; Post Shooting Trauma, 3/1991; Emergency ResponseLevel 1 Awareness, 3/1991; Advanced Criminal Investigations, 3/1991; Fatal Accident Investigation Refresher Course, 6/1990; Highway Drug Interdiction, 4/1990; Driving While Intoxicated/Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, 10/1988; Basic Course for Police Officers, 6/1986; 45th Basic Police Training Class, 6/1986; The Specialty School on White-Collar Crime, 5/1988 AWARDS Received numerous “Official Certificates of Commendation” from the Edison (NJ) Police Department for active participation in the following cases/incidents: - Apprehension of two suspects involved in attempted larceny - Crowd control management during riotous conditions in Perth Amboy, NJ - Emergency response to electrocution - Arrest of two suspects found to be in possession of a stolen vehicle and burglary tools - Life-saving response to victims in an apartment complex fire - Apprehension of a suspect in possession of a stolen vehicle - Apprehension of three suspects found guilty of aggravated assault and the recovery of an assault rifle - Assisting a victimized officer who was attacked in a public parking lot - Apprehension of five suspects involved in a robbery and assault operation - Apprehension of a suspect found to be in unlawful possession of a .25 caliber automatic handgun during a routine traffic stop - Arrest of a vehicular operator and accompanying passengers found to be under the influence and in possession of illegal narcotics and were driving in an erratic and dangerous manner - Apprehending via foot a suspect involved in the operating of a stolen vehicle that crashed following a high-speed chase - Arrest of a burglary suspect charged with theft of contents from a parked motor vehicle - Arrest of a burglary suspect found exiting a warehouse following completion of a theft - Arrest of suspects found to be in illegal possession of loaded weapons and ammunition - Arrest of suspects involved in a significant narcotics ring following the investigation of two occupants found in a vehicle parked in a high-crime area